The Women’s Center is a space for students to receive confidential support, to empower them to work on issues related to women’s leadership, gender equity, and gender-based violence on NCCU’s campus.
There are over 500 women’s centers nationwide and four other women’s centers at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). The NCCU Women’s Center, however, is the first one of its kind at a public HBCU. This fact makes NCCU a pioneer in public HBCU’s — true to our history.
The NCCU Women’s Center promotes the academic, personal and professional development, and the potential of women on campus. The center fosters a safe, respectful and equitable campus environment. The center is designed to help NCCU’s women celebrate their strengths and realize their limitless potential.
The university women’s center serves all members of the NCCU community seeking support, information and other resources. With a collaborative approach to provide services, the Women’s Center will work with all departments on campus, alumni and local community agencies to further the mission of NCCU.
8 a.m. — 5 p.m., Monday — Friday
The office is closed on all university holidays.